Community Leadership Program is a 12-week, experiential program for LGBTQQIA+ youth and allies, ages 18-24, designed to deepen participants’ understanding of social issues impacting their communities, while supporting them in developing a culminating group project that addresses a specific community need. To inquire about the upcoming cohort, please contact Nikia via email at email@example.com. RSVP to an Information Session
LYRIC Mentorship Program is a paid, 12-week program for LGBTQQIA+ youth and allies, ages 18-24, where mentees receive one-on-one support from a caring adult to deepen their leadership skills and get connected to available resources in the community. RSVP to an Information Session
Applications for the Sequoia Leadership Institute UndocuWorkforce Program are due September 19th
UndocuWorkforce (for ages 14-24) is every Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 10/13 – 12/10 (9 weeks, 6-8 hours a week). Join us!
Spanish speakers and English speakers welcome.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to attend an online info session: 9/9 (in Spanish and English), 9/14 (in English), 9/21 (in Spanish and English)
BYA is a group of multicultural young people living or going to school in Bayview Hunters Point. Youth participate in weekly afterschool multicultural leadership workshops and volunteer in monthly community events.
16-week training that prepares 16-24 year olds with basic counseling skills for entry-level employment in the behavioral health field and meets twice a week. If you have any questions, please contact Zabreen Shaikh, TAY Program Assistant at (415) 602-5884.
Paid Opportunity- CHALK Programs- Over 20 positions!
Positions available include Chalk Community Outreach Workers, Youthline Technology Interns, YFYI Community Funders, and Hope SF Champions.
Work 10-20 flexible hours a week. Pay rate is $16.50 per hour.
Email Natalia for the application. Application deadline is September 11th at 5pm
YAWAV is a 9 month youth leadership program dedicated to the positive empowerment and development of Asian & Pacific Islander high school aged young women in San Francisco. YAWAV youth leaders learn about the root causes and impacts of violence in Asian & Pacific Islander communities. Our goals are to strengthen the resilience, knowledge, and skills of youth leaders so that we can educate our communities.
The objective of this program is to promote wellness, destigmatize mental health, and raise awareness of prevalence of mental health in the Southeast Asian community
3rd Friday of every month via zoom from 3:oo-5:oopm first program of the year August 21, 2020
Please contact SEADC Health Educator Stephanie Nguyen for more information email@example.com
Youth Art Exchange (YAX) sparks a shared creative practice between professional artists and public high school students, furthering youth as leaders, thinkers, and artists in San Francisco.
YAX is offering the following classes for the virtual Fall 2020 session:
Industrial + Product Design, Photography + Filmmaking, Music Production, 2D Media: Printmaking, Drawing + Painting, and Fashion Design
For more information, call or text (415) 574-8137.
The BLING Program will start Tuesday, September 8, 2020. Youth philanthropists will meet twice a week during the months of September-October for intensive capacity building.
Program will take place every Tuesday & Thursday from 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm.
After October, program will shift to include less weekly hours.
Open to students 13-19 years old. Stipend of $2100
A training program for high school students who are interested in becoming health educators! Apply now!
Students will receive: experience with community engagement, personal development, and a $550 stipend.